After several decades, these homeowners decided it was time for
a face-lift. The 1970’s original aluminum siding with wood
batter trim was rotting and falling off the façade in places;
below the exterior finish there was barely any insulation to
speak of. The windows and glass doors needed to be replaced.
Their goal was to bring both the aesthetic value and energy
efficiency of their home into the 21st century. The clean lines
and contemporary flair of the Hardie paneled façade have
transformed this dilapidated row house into the envy of the
neighborhood. The addition of insulation throughout the house as
well as new widows and doors have significantly increased the
energy-efficiency of the home, making the house more appealing
inside and out.